We look back on the season, share a personal update, look to the future, and answer some listener questions. It's the season 7 finale. Don't miss.
Gary Collins joins us to discuss the Simple Life. What it does it take to get there and what does author and former Federal Agent Gary know about it? He shares in this episode.
It's the time of year where I review gear purchased in the last year. These are things I'm using, playing with, loving, and hating, in some cases.
In this episode, we riff on guns, YouTube, and Facebook. And we’ll sit down with Justin Carroll. He’ll us understand Cambridge Analytics and your intimate secrets.
An EMP (Electro Magnetic Pulse) attack is one of the top three most feared catastrophes by preppers. It is reported that there will be a 90% population die off in the first year after one occurs. But do we know the truth about EMPs? Arthur Bradley Ph.D., a NASA Scientist, Electrical Engineer, and Certified EMI expert drops by to tell us the truth and destroy the myths.
Together, we wrap up the series on lessons from the past. I’ll share the final 5 lessons I’ve learned from 15-years in preparedness.
We pick up where we left off in episode 248. I’ll share 5 more lessons I’ve learned from 15-years in survivalism. Seems a lot of people enjoyed part one of the 5 Important Lessons from 15 Years in Survivalism series. So we're going to keep things rolling with a part II and part III.
Together, we do a little time travel to learn lessons from the past. I’ll share 5 lessons I’ve learned from 15 years in survival preparedness. These are the things I wish I could go back and tell myself. And even if you've been at it a while, you may find some helpful insights and mindsets from these prepper lessons.
Author Arthur Bradley drops by to share with us how and why he made The Survivalist Series for you. Arthur Bradley is a NASA engineer by day and a prepper author by night. (A real NASA engineer, not like the sort of nonsense Jonathan Jason and myself used to tell women.)
We discuss whether or not arming teachers with guns is the best answer to stopping school shootings. The question is more complex than it appears. And, so is the answer.